Nikon D3200 review

Value & Verdict

Nikon D3200 review - Value

At £649, the D3200 is actually more than the D5100 - the next model up in the Nikon DSLR line-up, though expect this price to fall slightly after launch. If you want a high resolution DSLR, this is the cheapest option out there - the Sony Alpha 65 with a virtually identical sensor, though with a faster AF and burst mode is £100 more.

Nikon D3200 review - Verdict

Thanks to the clever Guide Mode, the D3200 is a DSLR that's easy to pick up and start shooting with, allowing you to learn as you go, while the impressive resolution offered can produce lovely looking images and plenty of photographic possibilities.

If you're looking for you're first DSLR and are prepared to pay a bit of a premium amongst the entry-level options out there, then you won't be disappointed with the D3200.


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Price as reviewed

with 18-55mm lens
£649.00

Scores

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Scores
Design 18/20
Image Quality 19/20
Performance 18/20
Value 17/20
Features 18/20
Overall Score 90%

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